Boddhi Satva In 5 Records

Hailing from Central African Republic (C.A.R.), Boddhi Satva’s unique Ancestral Soul productions (which fuse many styles and rhythms) have made him subsequently an in demanded remixer as “Ancestral Soul” versions of mainstream tracks won over club audiences across the globe, in addition to recognition from connoisseurs and tastemakers. Osunlade’s Yoruba Records, Vega Records, Bob Sinclar’s Yellow Productions, Peter Adarkwah’s BBE Music, Tony Humphries’s Yelloworange are just a few music labels among many that released Boddhi’s productions.

In 2007 he launched Offering Recordings where he defies boundaries with innovative formulas and where promising singers and aspiring producers from different parts of the world find a launching pad.

To celebrate his latest label release ‘Apaga O Fogo (feat. Game Walla)’ out now on Traxsource, Boddhi Satva drops by and shares 5 tracks that shaped the history of his career.


1. Alton Miller & Boddhi Satva – See The Day

A Dream come true as this is my second release ever with Detroit Deep House Legend, Brother from another and Mentor Alton Miller. I first heard Alton’s music when listening to his album “Rhythm Exposed” and at that moment i said to myself “One day i’ll work with him”. That day came couple of years after that mental projection. Believe in yourself and have a vision.


2. Boddhi Satva – The Boddhi Satva EP

This is my first solo release and inspired by Osunlade that i had heard perform for the first time at a club that used to be called Stereo Sushi in Antwerp, Belgium. That experience was so uplifting i litterally went back home and came up with this. Sent it to him a week after not even expecting a response. To my surprise he got back to me 45 min after i had sent him the track telling me he wanted to sign it to Yoruba.


3. Warriors of Africa feat. Fredy Massamba

This song was my first big hit worldwide but especially in the US. Shelter Records licensed it from me. Freddy Sannon,Timmy Regisford and Sting International really helped make this an anthem.


4. Yacoub – Da Na Ma (Manoo Remix)

Probably the most important release on my label Offering Recordings. Manoo
delivered a masterpiece here and to this day it’s still a club torcher.


5. Boddhi Satva – Punch Koko

My first release on Louie Vega’s label Vega Records. Initially inspired by my parents and an old famous Bar/Club called Punch Koko in Bangui (Central African Republic) featuring the amazing Yacoub on both Vocals and Guitars. This song really took my career to a completely different level.



Boddhi Satva latest release ‘Apaga O Fogo (feat. Game Walla)’ out now on Traxsource


Boddhi Satva


Offering Recordings